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Father Figures



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Father Figures




Growing up without a Dad around was an interesting experience. Lots of women around the house and deeply involved in showing me how to live. I have been fortunate along the way to find some wise men to fill the gaps, too. One of those men has basically adopted me, and his advice has been totally amazing along the way. He's the kind of person who is always willing to offer a question to whatever question you have, and somehow the answer to THAT question often manages to be the key to whatever it is you needed to unlock. He and many other men throughout my life have offered me a service of mentorship that filled the space in my life that I needed to fill. I am grateful for all of them.

The biggest thanks belongs to God,  for being the ultimate Father.